To go into tonight’s new episode of The X Factor UK airing on ITV, why not go ahead and have a conversation about song choices and winner’s singles?
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Within this article, we can go ahead and tell you some of the songs that Dalton Harris, Scarlett Lee, and Anthony Russell are performing — at least in terms of the duets, and the winner’s singles that could come out in the event that a certain contestant wins. Note that there is no guarantee that any of those singles will actually see the light of day in stores, but this is certainly something to take a wait-and-see approach on.
Let’s start with the duets
Dalton Harris and Emeli Sande, “Beneath Your Beautiful” – A really lovely choice for a duet with a really good singer. While it’s not necessarily a super-flashy song choice, this is a meaningful song that should play fairly well.
Scarlett Lee and Robbie Williams, “Angels” – How shocked are you that Robbie is singing with someone? Well, you really shouldn’t be. At least this is a duet and a song choice that makes a certain degree of sense.
Anthony Russell and Tom Walker, “Leave the Light On” – This is probably the riskiest of the three songs to us, but Anthony has been a little bit outside the box with many of his song choices over the past few weeks. Why would this be any different?
Dalton Harris and James Arthur – This is an interesting combination and we don’t have any clue what it sounds like, but James may be the last winner of the show who actually had a hit song all over the world.
Scarlett Lee and Leona Lewis – It’s pretty impossible to hate the idea of these two women singing together. How do you do it?
Anthony Russell and Ricky Wilson – The Kaiser Chiefs frontman and Anthony should at least produce something that is in the pop-rock vein.
There isn’t that much that’s known about any of these individual winner’s singles at the moment when it comes to the content of the tracks, but that’s something that we will probably get a better sense of over the next 24 hours or so. What’s important is that these songs are well-produced and that they actually give the winning contestant a chance to be successful outside of the world of the show. There are certainly no guarantees with that.
What do you think about some of these song choices and duet partners for the X Factor UK final? Be sure to share right now in the attached comments. (Photo: ITV.)